Hotel Sugar Beach
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... locations. Let's say you want to find the gas station. Well, instead of just saying it is at - for instance - 63 Main Street - you would give totally different instructions. You might say - go 600 m until you reach a red building, then turn right, keep going up a hill until you reach a large tree with a green sign on it - then turn left and go another 300 m and that is where you will find the gas station. You get the idea. It is no wonder that many non locals ...
... where behind the trash bins and parking lot he had a small crop of coffee plants (about a dozen). He was quite knowledgeable, explaining to us the growing conditions, the need for a banana plant, and the harvesting of the beans. Back inside, he showed us some varieties of beans, explained the roasting process, and gave us some coffee to try.
On the whole, I'd say it was a worthwhile little expedition and ...
... up earlier than I would for work to go and find them, on my day off. That's dedication! Day 31: I went to bed last night thinking I was just dehydrated and my throat was really dry but no. I woke up this morning to swollen red tonsils, nooooo! I sucked it up and got up at 6am anyway and headed straight down to the beach to find some sea snakes. I figured that as there were 15 yesterday there would at least be 1 today. There were none. ...
... people to descend on his
campsite which will rather spoil the solace and peace of this lovely spot.
The only other person we have met here was Federico, an
adventure tour guide camping here on holiday, just himself and his elderly dog
for company. Federico spoke near perfect English and was a mine of information
about Costa Rica and further afield. We met him at the supermarket in the
village when we first arrived and he directed us here to Los ...
... arm. And about every 2 weeks they have a party outside my window; I'm guessing those are paydays... So a little rowdy at times, dubious types looking in my window; it is a measure of my acclimation to this culture that I now take these things in stride. I didn't realize how acclimated I've become until a recent incident...
It seems that the hour to arrive home drunk in Costa Rica is 4:30 am. And ...